Category: tv shows

Thoughts on the Netflix show Ozark, more assorted podcast thoughts and other randomnesses

In an episode of the This American Life podcast, the guests on the show talked about how here in the United States, Corona Virus has literally taken over our world. There were several stories told about people who work in the healthcare field who are having a rough time because they can’t even touch the …

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Numerous podcast thoughts, and numerous other reflections

Since I love to read and since I have tons of books downloaded onto the Voice Dream Reader app, I’m going to attempt to do more pleasure reading in the coming days than I’ve done lately. All of the books I’ve downloaded onto the Voice Dream Reader app are from Bookshare. And quite frankly, Bookshare …

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Podcast thoughts, a Netflix show, being childfree and more

I was recently featured as a guest on someone’s blog. This particular guest post of mine was something I wrote giving folks advice about their choices in their lives as it relates to whether or not to attend college. I’m proud of all of the guest posts I’ve written and this one is no exception!! …

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More Britney: The Zone thoughts, Hidden Brain and Netflix show thoughts, being childfree and school craziness

In the Britney: The Zone event I recently went to, something I forgot to mention about the classroom sett-up they’d had at said event, was that there were lockers in said room. And you could open up the lockers and hear Britney sing a few random notes which I thought was cool. There was also …

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Assorted TV show thoughts, podcast thoughts and numerous reflections

In the latest episode of the Hidden Brain podcast, its host Shankar Vedantam first told a story about a psychologist who’d done numerous studies to figure out what lengths people would go to, when it came to following orders…even if those orders were harmful to human beings. And as this particular story continues, we the …

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More thoughts on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, being childfree, one’s sexual identity and my second time being featured on someone’s blog

In the FB group that’s called Have a Gay Day, someone posted a topic asking how people knew about their sexual identity. The response I wrote to that thread reads:It can be different, for different people. For example, for me, my circumstances were such that for the longest time, I stayed in the closet, even …

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Thoughts on TV shows, movies, a Netflix comedy, being childfree, sexuality and other life updates

I recently watched the live-action version of The Lion King and I’ll start with this: I’m happy that they didn’t take out the very beginning song that’s in the original version of this movie. But it hurts my heart that they got different-sounding singers to sing “The Circle of Life” and other popular songs in …

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Assorted podcast thoughts, frustrating life updates, TV shows, website updates and women’s rights

So I recently re-read the “About Me” page on my website. Because I couldn’t remember whether I’d included the fact that I’m blind in it or not. I knew that I’d covered pretty much everything else in said section about myself that I’d thought was important. And honestly, I don’t even know what made me …

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Finishing season two of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, podcast thoughts and other reflections

In an episode of Hidden Brain that was political in nature, Shankar Vedantam talked with a couple people about how an individual’s political beliefs are influenced by the ways in which they think about issues that we’re facing and issues that we have faced in society. I loved hearing this perspective because it’s something I …

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Going back to school, podcast thoughts, more thoughts on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, living as a childfree person and some minor ranting

Something in my second time continuing to watch season two of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina that stands out to me, is that whatever happens at Baxter High (the high school that Sabrina and her human friends attend) closely mirrors what happens at The Academy of Unseen Arts. And so for example, when Baxter High students …

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